This article analyzes the LLGPL, a specific attempt to apply the LGPL to a language with a programming paradigm and method of building and distributing programs that traditionally differs from C. In addition, this article attempts to understand whether the LLGPL actually succeeds in its stated goal of translating the LGPL to the Lisp context or whether the LLGPL changes the requirements and philosophical moorings of the LGPL.
Some early thoughts on a project I'm planning. It is related to Lisp Machines.
I would appreciate if you got anything to say or help me on it:
Hmmm, I believe I found the right tool to start writing stuff at my webpage (https://github.com/schollz/rwtxt). Let's see what it has.
Woops. Apparently, McCLIM is licensed under LGPL2.1+ (w/o Lisp preamble), which is super vague for image-based software. Im' still gonna try implementing a GL2.1-based backend for it, but gonna stick to Nuklear as a default UI backend in an engine. That would basically still allow using McCLIM in bodge, but with a just a little bit of additional effort.
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If there are any #fediverse denizens who are in the eastern Carolinas and have nowhere to evacuate to, I can probably house about three people in #ColumbiaSC (in close quarters) for a few days. We're not 100% outside the affected zone, we should get tropical storm winds and rain, and there's an outside chance of some flooding. But if you've got no place to go, DM me.
Please, if you listen to nothing else I say, listen to this: Talk to your depressed friends. Don't be afraid to reach out to them. Don't expect them to have the energy and presence of mind to reach out to the people they need to.
Reach out to them and try whatever you can to slow, stop, or counteract their spiral. Because if you leave them alone, they will not fix themself.
Lisp, C, Rust, Forth & Unix.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko